posted on Dec, 13 2004 @ 08:38 PM
Seems to me that someone in their infinite and short-sighted wisdom actually has "sold" exclusive purchasing rights. It's not like Victoria's
Secret is just going to stomp across the border and trample all across the forest taking whatever they want. Someone sold the rights, I'll bet ! So
that's were the sin has been given life in this chain of events.
Actually marketers (well, some, let me make that most) have no regard for our environment, or the company's life-line the consumer you and me,
excluding them). They just want to sell at any cost.
They best part is that all those sundry costs are passed right back to the consumer, albiet by an inflated price.
That's also why the CEO's can afford to have extravagant salaries even though the corporation could be making huge losses, and the shareholders get
reduced returns on THEIR investment.
Does this make any sense at all?